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Hi All,
Can anybody suggest me some good opensource IDE for web-development?
and also the Pros and Cons againts using
Eclipse
NetBeans
etc.

JBuilderX is commercial,but is it better option over eclipse etc.

Thanks
Kriti
 
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ah, a new twist to the recurring "what is the best IDE" question.

Browse back a bit, these questions pop up every other week or so at least.

There is no "best", only a gazillion personal favourites.
 
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Just search this forum - there's plenty of discussions about this. Take them all with a pinch of salt where the say "A is better than B" without giving a reason (but I'm sure you'd do that anyway). People have listed plently of features they like so maybe you can get an idea.
 
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